Archive | August 2010

We sent Justin home because he starts school tomorrow.  But it’s kind if lonely around here now, too.  Sis came down today to spend some time this week while Randy is off working on his step mom’s place, so I am not altogether alone.

And it’s a good thing she did come as she was able to discover the problem with my computer so I am once again able to post photo’s here and my stamps program is working again so I don’t have to make the 16 mile trip to the post office every day to ship looms!

And she told me I was making pictures too big for this blog so this time I’m being conservative. Here are Justin and I before we headed to the airport. I don’t need that orange sweater today, for sure, as the temps are back into the 90’s for a couple days before taking a sharp dip back into the 70’s. What a weather year we’re having! lol Hope your summer has been interesting!

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Doll clothes

Well, here’s the cargo pants and her new Heart On Her Sleeve sweatshirt. I am still having trouble up loading pictures to the net so a lot of my list stuff is getting posted here. These are  some things for a chaeity, not sure just yet which ones will be included in the end. The cargo pants are a little big so may try that again a tince smaller.

Here’s my version of babydoll PJ’s and a skirt and top with a crocheted hat.

Exploring

Justin eaten by a Megadon.

Hazel & Cori measuring a Redwood tree.

We played in ocean & forest yesterday. Today we head up the coast… I forgot how far… and then tomorrow we’ll head inland. I know I’m going to miss the cool fog once we get back into inland heat!

But I’m making progress on my squares in the evenings. Hope your summer is giving you some good weaving weather.

Tripping

Taking our grandson for a last view of different parts of north California before he has to go home. We are at Klamath today and will visit things marine this morning in Cresent City and then things redwood this afternoon. The temperatre is sweater cool but not coat cold. Nice! We’ll go up the coast into Oregon before turning back inland toward things volcanic- the other parts he wanted to see- where the weather will go back to shorts hot. ;-D

We spent the evening listening to the ballgame after strolling by the river in the dusk, and I wove some more on my project. Hope yours is making progress!